11th January 2020 9:30 GMT/BST

Jewellery, Watches & Silver

 
Lot 3000
 

3000

A James I Silver Apostle Spoon, by Richard Feake, London, 1617, the finial cast as St Thomas,...

A James I Silver Apostle Spoon, by Richard Feake, London, 1617, the finial cast as St Thomas, holding a builder's square and money bag, 18cm long, 1oz 15dwt

Provenance:
with Payne and Son, Oxford, July 1999.

Another spoon by the same maker and with the same finial, possibly cast from the same mould as the present spoon, was sold Christie's, New York, 19 October 2001, lot 367.

Sold for £1,900
Estimated at £400 - £600


 

. Marked with leopards head t in bowl. The back of the handle marked with lion passant, date letter 'V; and marker's mark. The marks are generally clear. There is some overall surface scratching and wear, consistent with age and use. The wear is noticeable as a softening to the casting on the finial. The nimbus is bruised in places, and is somewhat bright.

Auction: Jewellery, Watches & Silver, 11th January 2020

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